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Monday, March 4
11:00 Robin DiAngelo: What Does It Mean to Be White?
11:00 Robin DiAngelo: What Does It Mean to Be White?
12:00 Sociology Department Seminar: Twitter Wars & Culture Wars: Teens, Tolerance and the Anti-Bullying Era.
6:30 In Between, A One-Man Show Written and Performed by Ibrahim Miari
Wednesday, March 6
10:00 PhD Dissertation Defense Seminar-The Neurobiological Bases of Compulsive Eating
2:00 Current Topics Seminar – Joseph Dougherty, Ph.D.
Thursday, March 7
2:00 PhD Progress Report Seminar-Development of a Novel Antibody Drug Conjugate for the Treatment of Metastatic Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma
Friday, March 8
3:00 CISE Seminar: Jacob Abernethy, Georgia Tech
Tuesday, March 12
10:00 PhD Dissertation Defense Seminar -"Integrated Renal and Neural Mechanisms Contributing to Sodium Homeostasis and Blood Pressure Regulation"
Thursday, March 14
2:00 Special Pharmacology Seminar-“Changes in Lateral Inhibition Accompany Hippocampal Pattern Separation”
Tuesday, March 19
4:00 A Healthy Long Life: Horticultural Practices for Cherry Trees in Japan
Wednesday, March 20
2:00 Current Topics Seminar – Philip De Jager, M.D. /Ph.D.
2:30 Tea with Michael Longley and David Ferry (with a toast to Homer and Virgil)
4:00 High Tech and High Touch: Digital Innovations from BU’s Mobile and Electronic Health-ARC
5:15 German Political Culture Changes and New Challenges A Lecture by Karsten Voigt
Thursday, March 21
4:00 "Outrage": The 9th Annual Sedgwick Memorial Lecture by Robyn Wiegman
4:40 Panel Discussion – International Migration and Diaspora in World Politics – Prof. Thomas Berger, Prof. Joseph Wippl, Karsten Voigt
5:00 Uses of the Past in Divided Societies: Northern Ireland and the US — A Lecture by Olwen Purdue
6:00 Looking at Morocco from Inside and Outside
Friday, March 22
11:00 CISE Seminar: Andy Sun, Georgia Institute of Technology
12:00 Pairing Patients and Providers: The Role of Ethnolinguistic Divisions and Counseling in Sri Lanka
3:00 CISE Seminar: Alessandro Pinto, United Technologies Research Center, Inc.
4:00 Annual Climate in Philosophy Lecture - Nancy Bauer